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consider the following substances Fe(s); O2(g); H2o(l). which of the following is the corrrect order to show decreasing attractions between irons atoms, oxygen molecules, and water molecules?

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    I posted an answer, removed it, and I'm re posting. I had it straight in my mind but I didn't type it in that way.
    If we go with boiling points, we will have
    Fe, H2O, O2.

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